Marigold tea is full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties when ingested. When used topically, marigold tea can treat skin irritation like eczema.

Marigold tea is brewed from pot marigold, also known as Calendula officinalis. Because of this marigold tea is also known as calendula tea.

What Is Marigold Tea Made of?

– Digestive issues – Skin conditions – Headache relief – Sleep aid

What Are Marigold Tea Benefits?

Marigold Tea Side Effects

– Allergic reaction when applied to the skin – Interactions with some sedatives – Women who are pregnant or nursing should talk to their doctor before consuming

– Bring a cup of water to a boil. – Add one tablespoon of dried marigold blossoms to a tea infuser. – Remove the infuser. Your tea is ready to drink!

How to Make Marigold Tea

Marigold flowers are easy to find in health food stores and online.  Remember the type of marigold used for tea is also called calendula, so that may be easier to find on a label.

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